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  • Charles Ryrie's Manuscript Collection Auctioned

    The late Charles Ryrie's famed collection of Bibles and manuscripts, one of the largest private collections ever assembled, was recently auctioned off by Sotheby's. Many of the items sold for well over their pre-sale estimates, with the total...
  • Jordan Cave may be Oldest Church

    Archaeologists in Rihab, Jordan, say they have discovered a cave that could be the world's oldest Christian church. Dating to the period AD 33-70...
  • Evidence of Possible Israelite Religious Activity Discovered at Khirbet Qeiyafa

    Excavation within the remains of the roughly 3,000-year-old fortified city of Khirbet Qeiyafa, located about 19 miles (30 kilometers) southwest of Jerusalem, have revealed three large rooms used as shrines, along with artifacts, including tools,...
  • Khirbet el-Maqatir Exhibit in Pikeville hosts 1000th Visitor; Extended

    The Khirbet el-Maqatir: A Journey Through Bible History exhibit in Pikeville, KY recently hosted its 1000th guest. Visitors from 11 different states (including Oregon and California) have toured the exhibit, currently on display at the Historic York...
  • Autumn Bookstore Sale at ABR

    Get a free copy of the Evolution vs. God DVD on any order in the US of $29.00 or more. ABR Staff DVD SUPER PACK $39.97: Save $17.00 Regular price for all four DVDs $56.97. Includes a free copy of Evolution Vs. God DVD in the US. For a Limited Time...
  • NASA Jet Lab Intelligent Design Discrimination Case Moving Forward

    A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled that a jury will decide whether NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL) unlawfully discriminated against a former employee for discussing the scientific theory of intelligent design (ID) at work. David Coppedge,...
  • Gold Bell Discovered in Jerusalem

    The bell was apparently sewn to the garment worn by a high official in Jerusalem at the end of the Second Temple period... Archaeologists have discovered a rare gold bell with a small loop at its end. The finding was made during an archaeological...
  • Possible Priestly Quarters Excavated in Jerusalem

    Ancient houses have been unearthed in the old city of Jerusalem, immediately southeast of the palace of Herod the Great, and close to the home of the high priest Caiaphas. Archaeologists theorize that the 2000-year-old luxury neighborhood was inhabited...
  • Egypt to carry out DNA test on Mummy

    Egypt plans to conduct a DNA test on a 3,500-year-old mummy to determine whether it belongs to King Thutmose I, one of the most famous Pharoahs, the country's chief archaeologist said last week.
  • Rare Wooden Statue of Hatshepsut Discovered in Egypt

    A team of Canadian archeologists has unearthed a rare wooden statue of a pharaoh at a dig site in southern Egypt, and clues suggest the figure may be an important new representation of Hatshepsut. Queen Hatshepsut has been identified as a strong...
  • Israeli Archaeologists Find Rare Gold Coins

    The Israel Antiquities Authority reported a thrilling find recently -- the discovery of 264 ancient gold coins in Jerusalem National Park.
  • Pope says Bones in Vatican Basilica are those of the Apostle Paul

    TWO THOUSAND years of tradition have held that the bones of Paul of Tarsus lie in the basilica of St. Paul Without The Walls. Now, Pope Benedict XVI says, science has confirmed it......
  • Roman-era Gateway Unearthed at Beit She'arim

    Excavations at Beit She'arim in northern Israel have revealed a previously unknown Roman-era gate structure along an ancient road leading into the town. The gate system was built of limestone blocks, and included postholes for doors as well as a...
  • Burnt Scroll of Leviticus Digitally Unfolded

    A badly damaged ancient scroll, discovered in the burnt-out remains of a synagogue in En-Gedi, has been digitally unfolded to reveal the first two chapters from the book of Leviticus. Because the scroll was burned so badly (essentially only a charred...
  • Israeli Archaeologist Eilat Mazar Uses the Bible as Her Guide

    Israeli archaeologist Eilat Mazar unabashedly uses the Bible as one of many tools in her kit. Famed for discovering King David's palace in 2005, Dr. Eilat Mazar is a solid supporter of the Bible's role in Israeli archaeology. 'What is amazing about the...
  • Major Artifact Confirms Biblical Account

    The Associates for Biblical Research (ABR) announces the discovery of an Egyptian scarab, dated to around the time period of the book of Joshua in the Bible. Rated the #1 Bible archaeology discovery of 2013 by Christianity Today. Major Artifact...
  • Samaritan Synagogue Uncovered near Bet She'an

    A Byzantine era Samaritan synagogue has been discovered near Bet She'an in Israel. Inside the synagogue, a Greek inscription in a colorful floor mosaic has been found which reads, 'This is the Temple.'...
  • Dr. Duane Gish Enters His Eternal Reward

    ABR recently received news that PhD scientist and Christian apologist, Dr. Duane Gish, has passed away at the age of 91 in California. Dr. Gish was gracious enough to travel to PA and serve as the keynote speaker at the 2006 ABR annual fundraising...
  • Noah's Ark Update from Randall Price

    A Full Critique of the NAMI Wooden Structure 'Find' thought by NAMI to be Noah's Ark with 99% probability. A Critique of the Claim of Noah's Ark Ministries International of the Discovery of a Wooden Structure on Mount Ararat by Dr. Randall Price Ph.D....
  • Mercury's Magnetic Field is Young!

    Messenger space probe reports from Mercury confirm biblical models of formation of planetary magnetic fields. Dr. Russell Humphreys comments on this important subject.

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